Pulaski School Referendum Meeting
District leaders hold a meeting to try and convince voters to approve a new school referendum. Video by nbc26.comvideo
"If Pulaski wants a $7.9 million pool, I suggest that they take and float a referendum, not the school district," said Pulaski resident Harold Grimes.
"No one wants taxes to go up. That's probably the major concern and making sure that these are all issues that the school district needs and are good for the children," said Pulaski School Board member Bob Skalitzky.
A second informal meeting will be held on March 20th. The referendum goes to voters on April 2nd.